Holiday Inn Express Cortland
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... was happening later in evening and I told the man we would be in and out in an hour which we were. We parked on the grass by other trucks with boat triailers and got out easily
The hike was pretty neat up into this gorge formed over past 12,000 years fro mwater erosion by the river. We walked along part of the river bed so Sraddha could cool off by getting feet wat on return trip.
The fall is 215 ft high. Tallest in New ...
We decided to check out a diner for breakfast so we wanted to walk by it and see what time they would be open in the morning. Come to find out they are open 24/7. I happened to see an older gent with a dog and we started talking. I asked him where there was a good place to take a walk. Two hours later we are now back in the hotel.
This man's name was Harvey and his dog was Ace, a laba doodle, big brown dog. Harvey was ...
... more intelligent than our opossums, but unfortunately for them, NOT! They are a little bigger than the opossum.
Cortland is a small town, we went out for dinner to a pub called 'Hairy Tony's'. I think our restaurants and pubs are much nicer and our meals are more attractive, us kiwis obviously take more pride in presentation. Interestingly enough we found one of the wine labels that we grow for - Kim ...
... flittering through the rushes of the swampland of Montezuma. The huge vegetable farms in the Buffalo area surprised me; fields of cabbage for as far as the eye could see. Further southwest, heading toward Pennsylvania, I thought of my friend Chel as we drove through miles and miles of grape orchards…that’s a lot of wine or jelly!
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois all had beautiful, ...
... We stayed with my sister’s exchange-student-from-high-school’ ;s-boyfriend who picked us up at the train station and accommodated us more wonderfully than we could have anticipated. This paragraph can in no way do our travels justice, but there’s no need for you to be bored with the inside jokes or the thousand minor details I have left out.
On May 17th, Taylor returned to the States as my sister met me in Palermo, Sicily in time ...